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coverage. >> this is the defensive lie they've created. the fact is the american people are intelligent enough to choose between the plan they have now and the offer on the exchange and you've heard kathleen sebelius say we're not going to give them that choice. we're canceling these policies and compelling them to sign up for these. >> one word headline, dismiss seive. stuart: we'd like your stories if your insurance has been canceled. that's what these people are talking about now on capitol hill. if this applies to you, we'd like you to contact us, get onto our facebook page and tell your story, what's the deductible you've been forced into? what's the plan that you've been forced to get rid of and what's the plan that you're forced at much greater cost to take on? we want to hear from you. back to the hearings. >> could not get their health condition for a fixed tips written in. they have have a new day in a very competitive market, 25ers p-of the insurers are brand new to the market and they are offering competitive plans. >> mr. chairman, could i just ask that this document-- >> p
's a good overview, but you're sounding a little defensive if i may say so. >> i can't stop california from shooting itself in the foot again, okay? the good news is more and more states, 25 states with 165 million americans have the most americans live in a state where the republican governor, republican house and senate. only 81 million americans, less than half that, live in blue states. so, while the country is moving in two directions, most americans are moving towards lower taxes. and they're moving to the red states from the blue states. i hope you're right. by the way, don't move to new york city permanently because bill deblasio is going to be the mayor and tax people even more. >> nice to visit. stuart: sounds like me. grover norquist, thank you for joining us in new york city. >> thank you. stuart: let's get back to the markets and we're focusing on facebook, actually using facebook as a proxy for twitter which starts trading on thursday. nicole, let's look at facebook, first of all, where is it? >> let's look at facebook, facebook is at 48.90 a share, down 1 1/2% right now. now,
the lawyers out of the medical business and stop the crazy lawsuits and defensive medicine. do you go for that? >> i would absolutely go for tort reform and the same i think thing with malpractice reform in the u.s. stuart: excellent bill, i'm glad we arrived at a concensus on the lawyers. okay, now twitter, they go public i think a week from today. >> yes. stuart: are they cool? would you advise our viewers, i know you don't advise on stock. youngsters, should they buy a piece of twitter and sit on it. charles: i'm in the investment management business with my business personal capital, but we really believe that rather than picking stocks, why not be diversified. if you're in the s&p 500 you've got close to 20% of your money in the tech sector taking concentrated positions, even for great companies like facebook and apple doesn't make sense, too much of a rollercoaster. stuart: okay. charles: . >> talking about twitter, they're a fabulous company and i was one of the last people in silicon valley to understand twitter. i just didn't get it. but clearly they've struck a nerve and from my poin
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